Montessori School in Pelham Manor 1415 Pelhamdale Ave, Pelham, NY10803 The Montessori School in Pelham Manor is a preschool and Kindergarten affiliated with Christ the Redeemer Church. …More Its activities and lesson plans encourage social development, physical coordination and problem solving.
Offering busy parents an afternoon reprieve since 1986, Playful Wonders After School program ensures that kids ages 5…More to 10 years old have a safe, fun and stimulating place to go once the final school bell rings.</p>
<p>Throughout the school year, Playful Wonders opens its doors at the Siwanoy School from 3pm to 6pm. It also provides transportation from the Pelham schools to the center. Students can expect homework help, art projects, nutritious snacks and indoor and outdoor activities.</p>
Our Lady of Perpetual Help School 575 Fowler Ave, Pelham, NY10803 For more than 50 years, Our Lady of Perpetual Help School has offered a rigorous pre- and elementary school…More curriculum. In addition to the mandatory secular studies, students participate in religion classes, mass and prayer services. Students' academic growth is assessed by the annual Archdiocesan testing program, standardized tests and New York State Education Department exams. A host of after-school activities is available, including choir, chess, art club and girl and boy scouts.
Prospect Hill Elementary School 1000 Washington Ave, Pelham, NY10803 First built in 1879 as a two-story brick building located on Jackson Avenue, this place of learning eventually expanded,…More moved and was named the Prospect Hill Elementary School in 1930.
What began as an after-school program in 1986 eventually evolved into a full-on nursery program once founder, Mary…More O'Connell, recognized the neighborhood's need for Junior Wonders Nursery School.</p>
<p>Since 1992, Junior Wonders has offered 2, 3 and 4-year-old children half-day morning and afternoon classes in the Community Church of the Pelhams. The staff aims to teach self-expression, body coordination, language skills, sharing and school readiness skills and invites guest speakers throughout the year, like members of the Pelham Police and Fire Departments.</p>
<p>Parents get to join in the activities for monthly and seasonal events, including the Halloween Parade and Family Fun Day. </p>
Pelham Music Arts 237 Wolfs Ln, Pelham, NY10803 This music studio provides private and group instruction for various instruments. The studio also has arts and crafts…More sessions for children, as well as adult enrichment programs. These programs are geared toward Broadway, opera and acting. There are several locations in the Pelham area to choose from.
Huguenot Nursery School 901 Pelhamdale Ave, Pelham, NY10803 Even though the Huguenot Nursery School identifies as non-sectarian, its Judeo-Christian heritage still finds its way…More into the classroom in the form of a pre-snack prayer and occasional chapel services. Founded in 1992 by the Huguenot Memorial Church, this school fosters an open, creative and hands-on environment for kids ages two to four years old. Children are encouraged to move freely through the classroom and to choose the materials that suit their projects and needs best.
When the Siwanoy School could no longer accommodate the area's grammar and secondary school students, the Pelham…More Memorial High School opened it doors to grades nine through 12 in 1922.</p>
<p>Students here engage in a rigorous academic program and have achieved numerous national awards that speak to the curriculum's standards. In the last two years, PMHS nabbed 24 Latin National Exam Awards, High School Women's Art Exhibit Award--Best in Show and the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Medal Yearbook award, among many other noteworthy achievements.</p>
<p>PMHS offers more than 110 courses, which includes four foreign languages (French, Italian, Spanish and Latin) and students can take their studies outside of the classroom and into the numerous specialized labs: The Bio-Tech Lab, Foreign Language Media Lab, Broadcast Media Studio, and Macintosh Lab. </p>
<p>Students seeking one-on-one guidance can head to the tutoring center, writing mentor program and counseling services.</p>
A century ago, this school opened its doors with the name Pelham High School and served students K-12. But once the…More current PMHS entered the community, this institution became the Siwanoy School and now caters to grades K-5.</p>
<p>Despite the reduced number of grades, Siwanoy's lofty mission has remined the same: to cultivate a diverse, open and academically challenging environment.</p>
<p>To foster a balanced and heterogeneous class setting, the faculty here accounts for students' gender, learning styles, social and emotional issues, academic profile, parent input and special needs when determining class assignments.</p>
<p>In addition to the major discipline courses, students in grades two through five participate in Encore classes, which include, art, music, research, study skills and chorus. Students are also exposed to a number of creative, athletic and academic extra-curricular activities including, intramurals, 24-Game Club, Magic Mailbox and Peer Mediators.</p>
<p>The PTA and the school jointly publish the Siwanoy Express—the school's weekly newsletter—which informs parents about the latest school news and events.</p>
Though the Pelham Memorial High School has been around since 1930, it wasn't until 2005 that the area's sixth,…More seventh and eighth graders got a building to call their own.</p>
<p>Pelham Middle School eases the transition from elementary to high school by offering its students a rigorous academic program, within an intimate and supportive class setting. About 24 teachers make up the major discipline area classes and team-teaching helps foster a close rapport between students and teachers.</p>
<p>At PMS, students engage in a host of enriching subjects including the Renaissance, foreign language (Spanish, French, Latin or Italian), art and cross-discipline studies, such as design and engineering in science, math and technology.</p>
<p>Students are exposed to multiple uses of technology when they study biotechnology and digital music (among other topics) in the school's new technology suite and have a chance to pursue their passions outside of the classroom when they choose from a hosts of extra-curricular clubs and sports to join.</p>